Community Rehab Care is a CARF accredited outpatient rehabilitation program providing innovative, personalized, community-based treatment in the areas of neurologic rehabilitation and general rehabilitation. CRC treats a wide variety of individuals with both traumatic and other types of acquired brain injuries, and is committed to creative programming, community-based "real world" treatment, and functionally based approaches.

In addition to mobility and communication issues, therapists address such problems as poor short term memory, behavioral dyscontrol, poor insight, difficulty with planning and problem solving, low initiation, and so on. CRC also provides treatment for individuals with orthopedic and musculoskeletal conditions as well as those who have sustained amputations.

Services include Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Language Pathology, Neuropsychology, Social Work, and Case Management.

Eligibility Criteria (briefly)

  • Diagnosis of non-progressive brain injury with identified needs for rehabilitation.

  • Ability to participate in and demonstrated ability to achieve progress in therapies.

  • Behavioral control such that the patient is not at risk to him/herself or others.

  • Medically stable enough to participate in outpatient programming.

  • Must have a funding source for treatment. CRC is contracted with all major payers including TriCare, Medicare, MassHealth, and regional insurers and HMOs.


305 Centre Street
Newton, MA 02458

84 High Street
Medford, MA 02155

70 Quincy Avenue
Quincy, MA 02169

Eileen Brosnahan Chernoff, RN, Vice President
Lynn Reardon, Referral Coordinator
(781) 391-2016 (Referral Line)
Fax: (781) 391-6543